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South Carolina coach Will Muschamp will try to lead his team to another victory.

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South Carolina football schedule

Sat, Sep 2* vs NC State W 35 – 28
Sat, Sep 9 @ Missouri W 31 – 13
Sat, Sep 16 vs Kentucky L 13 – 23
Sat, Sep 23 vs LA Tech W 17-16
Sat, Sep 30 @ Texas A&M L 24-17
Sat, Oct 7 vs Arkansas 4 p.m. ET
Sat, Oct 14 @ Tennessee TBD
Sat, Oct 28 vs Vanderbilt TBD
Sat, Nov 4 @ (11) Georgia TBD
Sat, Nov 11 vs (20) Florida TBD
Sat, Nov 18 vs Wofford TBD
Sat, Nov 25 vs (2) Clemson TBD

South Carolina-Arkansas preview

Despite the Gamecocks being 2-point underdogs at home, SEC Country’s Mike Chapman and Hale McGranahan are both calling for a South Carolina victory over Arkansas on Saturday.

“Restart and refocus,” Chapman wrote. “That’s what South Carolina coach Will Muschamp told his team this week, to get them ready to face Arkansas. And that is exactly what they need to do in order to get the train back on the tracks Saturday at Williams-Brice Stadium.”

Chapman predicts a 30-27 South Carolina win, while McGranahan picks the Gamecocks, 24-17.

The case for home underdog Gamecocks

David Caraviello of SEC Country said the luster of South Carolina’s 2-0 start has worn off, but the Gamecocks still have the defense and skill personnel to beat the Razorbacks.

“The Gamecocks have problems, no doubt,” Caraviello wrote. “But for all their issues on the offensive side of the ball, they’re still completely capable of taking care of business at home against the kind of opponent they’ll face this weekend.”

Caraviello has South Carolina winning 28-27, thanks to an opportunistic defense.

O-line likely to miss 3 starters

South Carolina could be without three starting offensive linemen against Arkansas, according to Muschamp.

Cory Helms (ankle) and Malik Young (ankle) have already been ruled out, while Zack Bailey (ankle) is doubtful.

“I think all three [offensive linemen] have a chance [to play] next week, I really do,” Muschamp said. “Based on that, I’m still holding on to some hope for Zack, but it doesn’t look good right now, but we’ll see how he moves around. We’ve still got some time before the [Arkansas] game. We’ll see what happens.”

This would be the first game this season the Gamecocks are without all three players.

Update on 4-star CB target

Four-star cornerback and Tennessee commit Jaycee Horn could be a candidate for a de-commitment depending on Tennessee coach Butch Jones’ status.

“Everybody is saying Coach Jones won’t be there next year and things like that,” Horn told Phil Kornblut. “I have a close relationship with all the coaches. Right now, I’m a hundred percent committed to Coach Jones. I’ve been talking to them quite a bit, and I know they still believe in me and that’s always a big thing.”

The Alpharetta, Ga., native is rated as the No. 218 overall prospect in the Class of 2018, according to the 247Sports composite. He plans to take an official visit to South Carolina later this season.

JUCO DE could visit on Saturday

Three-star JUCO defensive end Dorian Gerald is taking his official visit to South Carolina in November, but told Kornblut there’s a “huge chance” he’s at Williams-Brice for an unofficial visit on Saturday.

Gerald committed to Tennessee in July but would “rather be prepared than not be prepared and scrambling” with his recruiting situation should the Volunteers’ coaching situation change.

The 6-foot-3 defensive end is rated as the No. 10 overall junior college prospect for the 2018 cycle, according to the 247Sports composite.

‘It was awesome’

Class of 2019 quarterback Davis Beville recapped his recent visit to South Carolina with SEC Country.

“It was awesome,” he said of his trip to Columbia for the Kentucky game. “That was my first time to a night game. I’d been to that Georgia day game that was on a Sunday. But the atmosphere there was crazy. Just seeing all of the fans under the lights was pretty cool.”

The 6-foot-5 quarterback has scored 25 touchdowns this season in leading Greenville (S.C.) High School to a 6-0 start.

Duke, Louisville, North Carolina State and Virginia Tech are among the other schools expressing interest.

Frank Martin mum on Rakym Felder

South Carolina basketball coach Frank Martin didn’t have much of an update on suspended point guard Rakym Felder when he met with the media on Wednesday.

“He’s my dude, I love that kid, but he’s not on our team,” Martin said, via John Del Bianco of The Big Spur. “I’m not going to speak about him. The day you see him on our roster, I will be more than happy to speak about him. He’s not on our team right now; he’s not on our roster. When he’s on the team, you’ll see him on the roster.”

Felder has been suspended indefinitely since an arrest in July. The charges against the Brooklyn, N.Y., native were later dropped.

As a freshman, Felder averaged 5.6 points, 1.5 rebounds and 1.3 assists per game for the Gamecocks last season in their first-ever run to the Final Four.

Prove Mike Leach right on Saturday

South Carolina has one of the loudest stadiums in the country, according to Washington State coach Mike Leach.

While thinly throwing shade at Oregon, Leach listed “that one end zone at South Carolina” as louder than the Ducks’ Autzen Stadium.